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Behind the scenes with the cast of Peregrine Theater’s smash hit CABARET

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The talented cast of any Peregrine Theatre Ensemble production always seem to enjoy themselves as much as the audience. Queerguru talked with three of the stars of Kander & Ebb’s CABARET directed by Kyle Pleasant Creative currently playing at the Fishermen Hall all summer . 

Two of them Sarah Thorn (Sally Bowles) and Ryan McNevin (Emcee) are making their #PTown debuts, whereas @Halcyone Joseph Cabral (Fraulein Schneider)is an established local actor 

The interview conducted by Roger Walker-Dack was filmed by Dan Desjardins at Fishermen Hall



Marlene & The Machine come to Miami

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Marlene Dietrich may be 150 years old now but that hasn’t stopped her appearing nightly this week  at the Miami Light Project.  Frau Dietrich is the star of Marlene and the Machine a show which combines her music with that of Fiona Apple and Regina Spektor, and  with the visual and musical language of German Expressionism. This extraordinary  event, the likes of which Miami has never witnessed before,  is the work of the multi-talented Bearded Ladies Cabaret from Philadelphia led by their fearless (some would say manic) artistic director and star John Jarboe.

Be prepared to enter a shadowy, atonal world in which The Bearded Ladies blur the lines between humanity, music, and machine in the reamaining two days of their run.  Check out www.beardedladiescabaret.com to find where they will appear next.

 




Mr & Mr Berry enthuse about Peregrine Theater’s latest critically acclaimed musical CABARET

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Adam Berry & Ben Berry with their Peregrine Theatre Ensemble (along with David Drake at the Provincetown Theater) must take the lions share of the credit for raising the bar of theatrical productions so high in recent years in #PTown that is befitting the Birthplace of American Theater. Their flawless production of the musical CABARET is a sheer delight from the very first notes of the overture until the very dramatic closing scene.

They talked with QUEERGURU about their passion for being part of the Towns’ theater and their commitment to continue giving so many young talented players an opportunity to practice their craft. It is so tough not being swept away with their enthusiasm 

 

The interview conducted by Roger Walker-Dack was filmed by Dan Desjardins in Fishermen Hall

 

 

P.S. Queerguru thinks you may want to check out these other interviews with The Berrys.

http://www.queerguru.com/2018/08/behind-the-scenes-at-hair-pt1-the-producers

http://www.queerguru.com/2017/08/mr-mr-berry-talk-about-love-life-and-all-that-jazz



SETH SIKES and The Songs That Got Away

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Seth Sikes returns to Feinstein’s/54 Below in THE SONGS THAT GOT AWAY, an all-new show, singing Judy Garland songs he hasn’t yet performed in his previous tributes to the legend, plus some that Garland never got the chance to sing herself. He will be backed by his full band.

He talked to Roger Walker-Dack about this and also his Show at the Crown & Anchor in #Provincetown this summer. The interview was filmed via FaceTime for www.queergurutv.com

 



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